"We are all perfect at that split-second moment before conception. Of course, like a building before the foundation is laid, at that moment our beings are only blueprints. These blueprints — the numinous plans laid out for our substantiation — are perfect. At the moment of conception — the moment the egg is fertilized by the sperm — the body begins to take shape. It’s the moment when, were we able to stand over our perfect blueprints, we might wonder if they can be executed as designed. From the moment we’re born, any one of thousands of stimuli — within or out of our control — can alter our growth, assuring degrees of deviation from the blueprint for our unique bodily substantiation.
"After activating the Kundalini-Life Force, I was able to see the blueprint of my perfect body and compare it to my altered state. Amazingly, the Life Force recognized my deformity and immediately began to correct it. I witnessed it slowly reshape my body to the exact proportions in the blueprint. So — and this requires a leap of logic — if I could see the original design for my body and it was perfect in every way, there must be some sentient agency that created this design. And even though my growth took a detour on account of my deformity, the blueprint continued to exist in some ethereal computer-memory-like storage, waiting for the day that I might learn of its existence and find a way back to it.
"Happily, GFM, the method of meditation I practiced, restored my deformed body to its original state, and, in so doing, proved both the existence of the blueprint and the restorative power of the Kundalini-Life Force. This sounds an awful lot like Intelligent Design, doesn’t it? A permanent blueprint of our beings and a mechanism within the body capable of restoring it to its intended state."
I got to thinking, and I had to agree: It isn't entirely clear, but not because my description is poor — it's the best I can do — but because you can't see the mountaintop until you're on top of the mountain.
So what's the real issue? For one, the only way to describe a phenomenon like this is by liberal use of imagery: "perfect body," "template shroud," "sentient agency," "bodily substantiation," "controlling field," "permanent blueprint?" What do these terms mean? Two, we have to determine what this blueprint is before we can talk of accessing it.
I was able to see two separate bodies, one, my actual physical form; the other, my intended form which lay over my physical body like a template shroud. Now I didn't actually see it so much as sense its surrounding me like an aura. I knew it was there; I knew it was perfect. I knew the physical body could be "stretched" to fit this causal body, using it as a blueprint to restore my physical body to its intended form. So how did I know it?
Simply that once the Kundalini rose, my nervous system found another level of activity, as if it morphed from a chugging Model-T Ford to the Warp Drive propulsion that characterizes fictional Star Trek spacecraft. My mind's eye perceived my aura shimmering around my body. See my aura? I had never been able to beforehand.
Whole lifetimes without seeing one's aura is par for the course of life, in most cases. It could have easily been mine. Yet when it happened, it was a feeling greater than enchantment; it signaled a complete breakdown of the duality paradigm. I realized I was a part of a greater whole, that I extended beyond the limits of my physical body into an infinite horizon.
|Kundalini is not the private domain of certain adepts|
I can tell you about it, I do in my books, but you shouldn't rely on me. In fact, the more you rely on me, the less likely you are to actually experience any of this as anything but an intellectual exercise. A big part of the method — of any method — is the necessity of validating everything you see, hear, and feel, whether you hear it from me or anyone else. An even bigger part is practicing the method until you become a trained observer of the inner landscape. Complete the method — all parts, all steps — as per the instructions. When you do, you won't be asking questions: you will have answered them the only way possible — by hard work and practice. Only then can you expect to reach states attainable by completing the work?
What's more, there are no guarantees in this work, you shouldn't expect them. Success (whatever that is*) depends on your Karma, your efforts, your conditioning, and the method you use. Is GFM is the only method that induces permanent Kundalini? No, there are other methods and I encourage everyone to explore them. I can vouch for GFM; I can't vouch for any other method. Sensing the blueprint and seeing the inner workings of my being only occurred after I was deeply into the process, i.e., months and months of working at it. It's not a question of fairness, that I can see it but you can't. It's a question of practice and training.
If you play around with a lot of methods, you may have some Kundalini experiences, even a Kundalini awakening, perhaps. The question is: will they be complete enough for you to witness the inner workings of your being?